Saturday, April 22, 2017

Ptu - Sexy Lil Devil

This tutorial was written in PSP 9 and can be used with any other version. I assume that you have a working knowledge of PSP.


Supplies Needed:
Tube of choice/close up

Paid Scrap kit by Toxic Desirez
"Sexy Lil Devil" Purchase at Skullified Scrapz
Grab this kit and many others from the $1 Bin

Font of choice

Mask212 by Rebel Dezigns
Grab Here

Wordart by me Here

Plugins Optional:
Redpaw media - beautifier
xero - radiance

Tutorial shortcut index:
"Delete" on your keyboard under Insert.
"C/P" copy and paste as new layer.
Remove "O/L" Remove original layer.
"D/S" Drop shadow located in 3D effects.
"R/S" Resize layer located in Image.
New "R/L" Raster layer, in Layers.
"outer glow" Gradient glow from eye candy
Or my method on my blog under "How to dos"

Good D/S settings:
0, 0, 57, 6, color black

Good add noise settings:
Uniform- 70-90 % noise monochrome
Random- 10-34% noise monochrome

I used the artwork of Elias Chatzoudis
You can find his artwork HERE 
Tubes i used can be found Here & Here

Open cluster frame R/S to 80% > Mirror Rotate clockwise 90 
Canvas size 650x650 - Drag on closer to the top of your canvas

Open filmstrip R/S to 90% C/P onto canvas
drag near the bottom of your canvas, make sure filmstrip
frame overlaps the other frames alittle, above it

Open tube of choice C/P onto canvas
drag on top of filmstrip and down neat the bottom
I used a tube laying down - so you can have her laying on the bottom
of you can put her on top of your filmstrip like she's laying across
Apply radiance and dropshadow of choice

Select magic wand, click inside 2 squares, selections -
all float defloat - modify expand by 2, Open paper 4
(I choose the 1st square and the 3rd up top)
R/S to 60% C/P onto canvas, selections invert delete select none
Drag your now paper layer below your frame

Select magic wand again, now choose 2 more squares
selections all float defloat - modify expand by 2, Open paper 9
(I choose the 2nd square and the last near the bottom)
R/S to 60% C/P onto canvas, selections invert delete select none
Drag your now paper layer below your frame

Now there should be 1 square left. repeat
Open paper 11 R/S to 60% C/P onto canvas, repeat the top 
I applied another drop shadow to this frame

Select your film strip, we're going to do the same thing
Magic wand - click inside two frames of choice
(I choose two in the middle) Open paper 20
R/S to 60% C/P onto canvas, - invert delete select none
Drag paper below filmstrip. Do this step again for the other 2

This time i choose two different colors red & black
I added a new raster layer, flood filled with both colors
Then on one of the colors selected, using my selection tool
style type (rectangle) draw a rectangle going down the middle
and then delete. this should be half red and half blackj
Also, make sure for each color you add another new raster

Using close up tube of choice, place inside squares
turned tube on black greystale, lowered opacity 54%
apply radiance to both sides of tube. 

Open another tube (same artist)
C/P onto canvas, decided to place in the middle
Behind the filmstrip and in front of the cluster frames
Apply radiance and drop shadow of choice

Type out text of choice or use the one i provided
Decorate it the way you want, and place on top of your filmstrip

Now it's element time

Elements i used and the resized %
Using this drop shadow: 0, 0, 66, 7, color black
Lip & Star Scatter - 60%
Flame - 60%
Corset - 40%
Devil Heart - 40%
Bug - 30%
Cupcake - 25%
Charm2 - 40%
Butterfly 2 - 30%
Butterfly 1 - 30%
Trident - 60%
Studs - 50%
Sparkles - 60%

place elements where you want, or use my tag as a guide.
Apply your mask, copyrights,  add your name save as a PNG
I applied beautifier to the whole tag, setting of choice
I used gradient fill for my mask

You're done!

Thanks for trying my tutorial.

This tutorial was written on April 22nd, 2017 by Melissa.
In no way may this tutorial be copied to another
website without the creators permission. Any resemblance
to this tutorial is purely coincidental.

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